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(ˈhɛn dən)

a former urban district in Middlesex, in SE England: now part of Barnet.
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I looked out of the carriage as we rushed through Hendon in the evening.
Hendon. That was a good place, not far off, and out of most people's way.
Then, the flight grew lower and the circle narrower, until they were whizzing round and round us, the dry, rustling flap of their huge slate-colored wings filling the air with a volume of sound that made me think of Hendon aerodrome upon a race day.
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MERTHYR Town's play-off push in Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division South continues this afternoon when they entertain Hendon at Penydarren Park (3pm).
HENDON..............................3 MERTHYR TOWN...............0 A DAY to forget for Merthyr in North London as they crashed to a three goal defeat at Hendon and finished the game with ten men after Ashley Evans received his second yellow card late on.
The 36-year-old, from Killingworth, told police that she had travelled to Sunderland with a friend called Steve or Ste, a member of Wearside gang the Hendon Mad Dogs, on the night Scott was killed.
Hendon. "My research looks at every variable that goes into making espresso coffee, from grinding and packing the ground coffee, to water pressure and mineral chemistry.
Joanna Hendon, who said she had been hired by Trump late on Wednesday, argued yesterday that Trump should be able to object to the disclosure of records relating to his long-time legal representation by Cohen.
Hendon told me later he believed he actually won that race for Quinn, by piercing the noise of the campaign and speaking directly to black voters.